Updated: March 27, 2014 8:58PM
TOP 10 PITCHERS
(in alphabetical order)
Brad Bass, Lincoln-Way Central, Sr.: The 6-foot-6 right-hander boasts a heavy 90 (mph) fastball. Notre Dame recruit.
Marko Boricich, Mount Carmel, Sr.: Southpaw sits in the mid-80s on his fastball, with good movement and plus-off-speed stuff. Penn State recruit.
Mike Costanzo, St. Rita, Sr.: Hard-throwing lefty consistently sits in upper 80s and has a 1-to-7 breaking ball. Austin Peay recruit.
Nick Dalesandro, Joliet Catholic, Jr.: Upper 80s fastball has great movement. Purdue recruit.
Jake Godfrey, Providence, Sr.: Low- to mid-90s fastball makes him a likely June draft pick. LSU recruit.
Jake Latz, Lemont, Sr.: Lefty has 90-mph heater and plus-control of all pitches. LSU recruit.
Sean Leland, Sandburg, Sr.: Boasts an upper 80s fastball that severely tails in on right-handed hitters. Louisville recruit.
Jeremy Orbik, Homewood-Flossmoor, Jr.: Overpowering fastball and effortless delivery. Kentucky recruit.
Kyle Ostrowski, Lincoln-Way North, Jr.: Upper 80s fastball that tails away from right-handed hitters. Purdue recruit.
Bryan Pall, Sandburg, Sr.: Low 90s fastball and 12-to-6 breaking ball makes him unhittable at times. Michigan recruit.
TOP 10 POSITION PLAYERS
(in alphabetical order)
Tyler Banovich, Bremen, Sr.: Hits for average, power and can run. Also has ace stuff from the mound.
Kevin Biondic, Brother Rice, Sr.: Run producer who drives the ball in the gaps.
Jesse, Forestell, Homewood-Flossmoor, Jr.: Left-handed-hitting catcher can rake and is proficient behind the plate.
Mike Kornacker, St. Laurence, Sr.: Reigning SouthtownStar Player of the Year can hit for average and power, and can dominate from the rubber. Purdue recruit.
Phil Kunsa, Providence, Sr.: Has very good power — 8 HRs last season — and is a run-producing machine.
Mike Papierski, Lemont, Sr.: Left-handed-hitting catcher has good size — he’s 6-2 — and can hit for power. LSU recruit.
Brian Richard, Oak Forest, Sr.: Four-year varsity starter is a tough out. Prairie State recruit.
Jake Shepski, St. Rita, Sr.: Three-year varsity starter can play SS or 2B and drives the ball with authority. Notre Dame recruit.
Josh Stowers, Mount Carmel, Jr.: A physical specimen who has big power, major speed and a gun for an arm. Louisville recruit.
Brad Wood, St. Laurence, Sr.: Scrappy infielder will do anything to help his team achieve victory. Northern Illinois recruit.